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During our stay in the Yuyuan Garden we were informed that it was built during the reign of Ming Emperor Jiajing (1559) as a private garden of an administration commissioner of Sichuan Province. Today, with an area over 2 hectares, the garden is famous for a number of architectural marvels, including the Big Rockery, the “Naturally-Hollowed-Jade” Boulder, the Hall of Emerald Touch of Spring or the Ancient Opera Stage.
From the Yuzuan Garden we had ...
... by the wartime crises. Many of the structures were subdivided into government offices, department stores or storage areas. Furnishings were sold off or destroyed, and architectural features covered. The Oriental Pearl TV & Radio Tower 东方明珠广 ;播电视塔 Add: 1 Pudong Century Avenue, Shanghai 浦东新区世 ;纪大道1号 Tel: +86 21 58791888 ...
... influences in the city are surprisingly still clear and the city is more westernised and modern than Beijing. All the toilets here have been western too, yay! In the evening we went to the theatre to watch the acrobats. It was absolutely incredible, I loved it. One of the best things I've seen here. So many stunts, best one with 5 motorbikes in a sphere, roller skaters, plate spinning, hoop diving and so much more. Can't believe how ...
... but i reallllllllllly did not want to go (ugh oh, thats always a dodgy start)
So hungover as hell our journey got off to a slow start.....very ******* slow.... this was because myself being the travelling genuis I am decided to get on the first bus that i knew went to the train station (146)... turns out this is the long uncomfotable bus taking over 1 hour, whilst had we waited 2 mins longer we could have got the much faster , ...
... is not new but in China it is. Going to this Amusement Park, one sees a part of China that is making its mark in the nation's economy. Its these people who might one day become the definition of the worlds middle class.
Putting all that aside going to Happy Valley was a lot of fun. The park gave be a rush that I thought could only be found back in America. Where will this park be five years from now? Who knows but from what I saw that day and ...